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Mexico news and analysis from The Nation
June 12, 2017
NAFTA Is Broken. Trump Has All the Wrong Fixes.
What a progressive trade agreement would actually look like.
May 10, 2017
Mexico’s ‘Drug War’ Is Really a War Against Journalists—Waged by the Government
Washington-backed military and economic initiatives have fueled a perfect machine of perpetual war.
April 28, 2017
No One Talks About Life After Deportation; These Mexican Activists Are Changing That
A network of migrant activists is helping deportees and returnees readjust to life in the country.
April 26, 2017
Deported: A Father of Three Torn From His Family
Within hours of being pulled over for a broken headlamp, José Alvarez was deported to Mexico.
Leighton Akio Woodhouse
March 29, 2017
Has Trump Opened the Door to the Mexican Left?
Resistance to his bigotry and deportations is converging with growing opposition to NAFTA and neoliberalism.
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January 31, 2017
Mad King Donald’s Alternative Facts
“I’m, like, very smart, believe me!”
January 27, 2017
Everything Donald Trump Did in His First Week as President
It’s been a dizzying week—but it’s crucial to keep an eye on what’s really happening.
January 25, 2017
Don’t Expect Mexico’s Elites to Stand Up to Trump
They’re too dependent on US aid, so will have to renegotiate NAFTA on his terms—even though the agreement has done far more damage to Mexico.
December 8, 2016
Chuck Jones Is a Better President Than Donald Trump Will Ever Be
Trump is attacking a steelworkers union leader for calling out Trump’s lies.
November 9, 2016
Coping With the Blows: Mexican Wrestling Goes Global
is a stylized struggle between good and evil that has been part of Mexican popular culture since the 1920s. Now its appeal has spread to North America and Japan.